More people suffer from pigmentation than you know about!
Does your pigmentation make you feel like an outcast among your friends? Do you secretly hate your friends for having way clearer skin then you?
We all have that one friend whose face looks like marbled perfection. But that doesn’t mean that you should be the one taking the backseat in all your pictures, suffering in silence!
Feeling humiliated by dark patches is a reality shared by many women. What’s worse is that skin professionals advise that pigmentation is the most difficult thing to treat with topical over-the counter creams or medication.
It’s about time you stepped out of your hiding spot to come into the light, because skin pigmentation can be treated!
We know exactly how you can treat your pigmentation
Every thing you need to know About skin pigmentation
A disorder that affects the colour of your skin. It is caused either by a reduction or increase in production of melanin by your body.
Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase in melanin production while hypopigmentation is caused by a reduction of melanin production.
The main cause for increased melanin production is exposure to the sun, which occurs when UV light is absorbed by your skin, thereby damaging the skin cells producing melanin.
Hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy or hormonal replacement drugs can also affect the amount of melanin being produced by your skin cells, causing the condition Melasma, which is a type of hyperpigmentation.
Skin pigmentation may also occur as a result of damage to the skin from infections, blisters, burns or other trauma to the skin.
Hypopigmentation presents on the skin as either vitiligo or albinism.
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Why our treatments are ideal for treating skin pigmentation
Our skin treatments are able to reach and target problems areas that are beyond the top most layer of the skin.
Depending on the severity of your skin pigmentation, it takes about 2-4 sessions before you start seeing visible results.
Because our skin treatments are non-invasive, you can expect to resume your daily activities immediately your treatment session.
Melasma is a chronic skin disorder that results in symmetrical, blotchy, brownish facial pigmentation. It typically occurs during the course pregnancy due to the hormonal fluctuations pregnant women experience.
Skin pigmentation refers to a disorder that affects the colour of your skin. The pigment that gives your skin its colour is called melanin. It is produced by skin cells, which may become unhealthy or get damaged, thereby disrupting melanin production, causing you to get pigmentation.
Skin pigmentation occurs when the production of melanin is disrupted due to damaged skin cells. Damage to the skin cells producing melanin may occur when:
There is no cure for skin pigmentation. However, there are treatments available that can lighten the appearance of the pigmented area.
Skin Pigmentation – A disorder that affects the colour of your skin.
Hyperpigmentation – Skin pigmentation caused by an increase in melanin production by the skin cells producing melanin.
The main cause for an increase in melanin production is exposure to the sun and hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy or hormonal replacement drugs.
Hypopigmentation – Skin pigmentation caused by a reduction of melanin production, which may be caused by skin damage from infections, blisters, burns or other trauma to the skin. Hypopigmentation often presents on the skin as vitiligo or albinism.
Laser treatments are not the only way to go when treating skin pigmentation. Microdermabrasion and various skin peels also work well to lighten the appearance of pigmentation on your skin.